Stantec has performed continuous temperature monitoring for of cooling trenches to determine what types of designs function, fail, or fizzle out. This presentation examines the results of 15 years of monitoring.
Economics of Water Series: Changing landscapes in the global water industry
From technology to relationships, water and wastewater utilities are positioned to drive the circular economy
THE STANTEC DESIGN QUARTERLY: Thoughts, Trends, InnovationDISCOVER
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Extreme weather: Designing schools to withstand the forces of nature
Educational facilities must be a part of a community resiliency solution for natural disasters
This Earth Day, let’s embrace the full spectrum of sustainability
“Protect the environment and fight for social equity”—those ideals drive our sustainability director and match the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals
How to plan for the future of electric vehicles
Incorporating smart technologies to future-proof your charging infrastructure investments
Published in WET News: Making the outcomes-based approach to delivering infrastructure work better
With busy periods approaching across a number of sectors, it is vital to ensure the right approach is in place says Stantec’s Paul Taylor
From the Design Quarterly: Embracing modular and prefab for future-ready design
Complex projects when time and space are tight are a perfect fit for off-site prefabrication and modular construction
Back to our (grass)roots: New guide aims to decode grass and rush plant families
A passion for regional ecosystems inspires a user-friendly field guide to ecologically and economically important plant groups
From the Design Quarterly: Teaching sustainability and energy conservation through play
Energy use is high and energy literacy is low; a pop-up park turns city parks into places that boost energy understanding
Energy efficiency is really about energy productivity—and that’s about the bottom line
As we adopt the language of revenue growth, designers and engineers can use metrics to connect with clients where it matters to them most
Crazy airport runways: Landing on half a runway—why it’s business as usual in Alaska
Remote, single-runway airports require unique design considerations—and often operate under half-width conditions during construction
From the Design Quarterly: 9 facets of smart cities
There’s no easy definition for “smart cities,” but by beginning to describe them, we can anticipate what’s next
Design Quarterly Issue 05 | Smart & Livable Cities
Articulating a livable vision for city life
Presenting Stantec Design Quarterly 05: Smart & Livable Cities
Articulating a living vision for city living―from the smart city discussion to affordability, congestion, and transport
Published in IWP&DC Magazine: Top 10 Memorable Projects
Michael Rogers kicks off a new series of Top 10 Memorable Projects for IWP&DC Magazine
Education design: How much daylight is right for today’s tech-enabled schools?
Wall-to-wall windows might be too much of a good thing for some classrooms
How a campus master plan can help manage energy use and reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Thompson Rivers University proves that a university can pursue an aggressive growth plan while limiting its environmental impact
Forming unique alliances to help Seychelles adapt to a changing climate
To share knowledge and help build capacities in weather mapping, we helped establish a rare type of collaboration between the private Meteo France and the public Seychelles Meteorological Authority
Water was always a strong theme in my life and led me to a career in water engineering
Water is an extremely exciting industry. There is always a need for water, so water engineering is a career that will never go away.
TAKE OUR QUIZ: Is mass timber a viable option for your next building project?
Learn about the advantages of designing and building with engineered wood and mass timber in an interactive quiz.
Published in Innovation: Courting Disaster: The Increasing Challenges of Risk Assessment
As human advance and interact with more geotechnical hazards, the role of the geotechnical specialist becomes increasingly complex and embodies more responsibility
From the Design Quarterly: Speak up. Get involved. Shape the future.